TORONTO (AP) At Norman Powell's Toronto condominium, a concierge named Tony likes to pass along favorable media coverage to the building's celebrity tenant.
"He's one of the sweetest guys I know," Powell said. "He's always giving me cutouts from newspapers every time I have a good game. He's like `Read it, read it. It's so nice.' I'm like `Thanks, Tony. I'll make sure my mom gets it.'"
The Raptors guard appreciates the sentiment, but prefers not to read the stories.